That's the way AC works, it runs off power from the engine, so less power output is left going to the tranny.Im pretty sure they are all in correct position. Also i noticed that when i have the AC on the car seems to have lost a lot of power.
What's keeping you from just removing both and doing it the correct way? The battery is in the trunk if you didn't know.Yes the car is stock and i dont have a boost gauge. I will try and unplug the battery terminals later but is it possible to just remove the negative terminal and leave it unplugged for a while? Will that do a "hard reset"?
So i did what u said about the hard reset and i put the ipd tcv back on. Have to do the adaptation and will report back asapI don't know if this is your problem but you should do a hard reset by actually disconnecting the terminals from the baterry. Then touch the two loose battery terminal ends together for a moment to clear the memory. Reattach the battery terminals and follow the directions for the IPD TCV adaptation. The car will handle it anyways but the adaptation smoothes the learning curve.
You might have a worn out stock TCV or maybe hooked up wrong, left something else unplugged, etc....swap back to IPD and see if it goes away like others have said.
Stock tune? What's the boost gauge doing when this happens?